Comedian and political commentator Bill Maher, 60, has never said "I do." Maher stated on his website, "I'm the last of my guy friends to have never gotten married, and their wives—they don't want them playing with me.
I'm like the escaped slave—I bring news of freedom." But could there be another reason Maher hasn't walked down the aisle?
(Let's see if Geraldo Rivera stops identifying Kerik as "America's Top Cop.") One former Kerik colleague recalls, "When Bernie was growing up, he had a teacher who told him he was destined for jail.
Years later, when Bernie became warden of the Passaic County Jail, he saw the teacher in a cell, vomiting in a corner. He'd tell that story over and over." But maybe not so much anymore.
Van Morrison, who's playing the Garden tonight, didn't want to do any interviews for his "Live at the Hollywood Bowl" DVD -- except Don Imus' show tomorrow. Bette Midler, writing a book on her New York Restoration Project, ran into "Merry Christmas, America" author Bruce Littlefield at Harper Collins' offices…
Chris Noth blared back at a honking driver as he jaywalked - with son, Orion, in a stroller - across Third Ave., near Michael Sinensky's Village Pourhouse.
"A bunch of the soldiers I filmed in Haiti died in that plane crash on Oct. "I could've been on that plane." Helping to raise spirits at the Culture Project event were Roberta Flack, Harry Belafonte, Angelique Kidjo, Nile Rodgers and Sister Fa.- Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig auctioned off their sweaty undershirts at Friday night's performance of "A Steady Rain" for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
But he's so into his new young girlfriend, Cara Santa Maria, that he's telling friends he may break his own rule, according to a source.
Recently, the Prince of Chintz, not feeling well, came home, turned on Letterman, and listened to Dave and Kelsey Grammer talking about their heart attacks.
“I realized Kelsey was describing my symptoms," Buatta tells us.
But one pal doubts Robin, who plays an unappreciated wife in "I Love You, New York," will withdraw her latest divorce petition.
For now, she's concentrating on "The Conspirator," in which she plays Mary Surratt, hung for plotting to kill Abraham Lincoln.
The guys toasted Hill's signing with Perrier at Mansion.